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  Volume 51, Number 3, July 2013

Table of Contents



pp. iii-iv


Multilingualism and Children's Literature

pp. iv-x

Feature Articles

Multilingual Robinson: Imagining Modern Communities for Middle-Class Children

pp. 1-11

Code-Switching in Multilingual Picturebooks

pp. 12-21

Reading Multilingual Literature: The Bilingual Brain and Literacy Education

pp. 22-35

Exploring Written Systems in Early Childhood Education

pp. 36-46

Ideologies of Language and Identity in U.S.Children's Literature

pp. 47-55

Celebrating and Revitalizing Language: Indigenous Bilingual Children's Books

pp. 56-68

Children & Theis Books

Oral Storytelling: Negotiating Text, Performance, and the Porous Story

pp. 69-73

"I have ants in my pants": Classroom Rhyming Inspired by Roald Dahl's Poetry

pp. 74-80

Picture Books across Cultures: A Leap into the Unknown?

pp. 81-87


Poets, Artists, and Storytellers: Bilingual, Bicultural, and Transnational Narratives

pp. 88-90

Translation Is No Child's Play: Translator's Workshop "Kein Kinderspiel"

pp. 91-94

Reviews of Secondary Literature

The Role of Translators in Children's Literature: Invisible Storytellers by Gillian Lathey (review)

pp. 95-96


pp. 21-108

Focus IBBY

pp. 97-104

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